12 days / 11 nights
We are taking the phrase “Dive into history” to a whole new level. Dahabiya Nile Cruise is a perfect demonstration for the old-schoolers, the people who want to literally explore history the ancient way. We start our journey by visiting Cairo’s most famous landmark or more precisely a wonder of the world, The Pyramids of Giza. We then fly to Aswan to continue our trip to the Dahabiya Nile Cruise, a ship that was used in the past to take the elite for an exploration of the Nile Valley. We are basically taking you to the past to experience a different but exquisite type of sailing to witness ancient temples and learn more about the chronicles of historical sites that can’t be reached in a usual Nile Cruise. Dahabiya is your chance to explore a lot more, to explore everything from Luxor all the way to Aswan!
Once You Step In The Land Of Greatest History And Magical Tales. Our Representative Will Meet And Greet And Take You To Your Hotel.
A visit to the oldest wonder of the world.
Witness the Pharaos legacy with a tour at The Great Pyramids of Giza. We visit the 5,000 years old tombs that were made for the royal kings at that time to take their treasures with them in the afterlife.
We’re On A City tour! Egyptian museum, national museum of civilization, old cairo and salah El-deen citadel.
We Visit The Oldest Archaeological Museum In The Middle East; The Egyptian Museum Which Contains The Largest Collection Of Pharaonic Antiquities In The World. We Also Take You To The National Museum Of Egyptian Civilization In Which The Famous “Golden Parade” Of Egyptian Royal Mummies Was Headed To. Our Day Is Not Complete Without A Visit To Old Cairo Where We’re Headed To The Historical Religious Complex To Visit A Number Of Mosques, Churches And Jewish Temples. Lunch At Local Restaurant.
Touching down at Aswan. Abu Simbel (overday)
We Fly To Aswan To Board The Highlight Of Our Trip, The Dahabiya Ship.
We’ll get the chance to witness one of the best examples of the ancient Egyptian art at the temple of Abu Simbel where King Ramses II constructed his legacy and demonstrated his reign over Egypt.
Then, we embark our Dahabiya.
We have lunch and a Feluka ride afterwards.
We visit the world’s largest Dam; The High Dam, The Unfinished Oblelisk and the great temple of Philae.
Then, We sail after lunch To Kom Ombo(overnight).
Sailing To Kom Ombo.
On Our sixth Day In Water, We Sail To Kom Ombo, Visit The Temple And Continue Sailing To Edfu.
We spend the rest of our relaxing night at the river.
In The Morning Of Our Sixth Day, We Visit The Temple Of Edfu And Then Sail To Esna.
Overnight moored beside a nile island.
The town of Esna
We arrive at the farming town of Esna in which we visit an architectural beauty and a prime location at the Temple of Khnum.
Pass the Lock, then moore beside an island (overnight)
Sail to The land of antiquities (Luxor), East Bank Sightseeings
In The Afternoon We Touchdown At One Of The Most Famous Temples In The World; The Temple Of Karnak. Finally, Our Tour Is Not Over Without Visiting The Temple Of Luxor.
West Bank Sightseeings.
Our Story Continues At The Valley Of Kings, Visiting The Temple Of The Greatest Queen In History; Temple Of Hatshepsut! We Then Visit The Two Historical Statues Of The Pharaoh Amenhotep III At The Colossi Of Memnon.
Saying goodbye to the Dahabiya
Our sailing trip ends at Luxor as we fly back to Cairo and check in at our hotel.
Airport For Flight Departure.
We’ll Be Waiting For Your Next Trip With Cultoura!